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Top Android smartphones in Europe: HTC and Samsung top list

HTC is the most popular Android handset make across the leading five countires in Europe, followed by Samsung, according to new research. The study, from comScore, looked at growth trends of the smartphone platforms across the five leading European markets (France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom).

15/09/2011

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Android now 2nd most popular smartphone platform for leading European countries

Google’s Android operating system is now running on 1 in 4 smartphones in the 5 leading European markets, second only to Apple’s IOS, according to new research. The study, from comScore, looked at growth trends of the smartphone platforms across the five leading European markets (France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom). In July 2011, nearly 1 in 4 smartphone users in EU5 reported using smartphones running on the Google Android platform.

14/09/2011

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Mobile advertising by region: Global

It is predicited that mobile advertising revenue will be US3.3 billion in 2011, and that this will indcrease to $20.6 billion in 2015, more than doubling each year. (revenue measured in millions of dollars).

Mobile advertising by region: Global. It is predicited that mobile advertising revenue will be US3.3 billion in 2011, and that this will indcrease to $20.6 billion in 2015, more than doubling each year. (revenue measured in millions of dollars).

12/09/2011  |  Full story...

Digital Intelligence August 2011

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Who says August's the quiet month for news? Here in the UK, riots revealed the worst and best of social media: large-scale looting was organised at least in part via secure Blackberry Messenger, while large-scale clean-ups were enabled through Twitter hashtags. Watching criminals exploit the privacy of BBM was as depressing as the relief felt from watching the publicly spirited clean-up. All a strong reminder that social activism through social media and messenger tools will be a permanent feature of society from now on whether in Libya or London.

Digital media battle lines continue to shift, as Google became a fully-fledged mobile maker after the Motorola acquisition, and a fully-fledged TV platform with the UK announcement of Google TV. Facebook got serious about location, dropping 'Places' for a universal location tagging system, adding mobile messaging in its bid to stifle Twitter and FourSquare, and ramping up its privacy along the way.

On a sad note, Apple lost its 'rock star nerd', as Steve Jobs stepped away from the helm. Jobs is a true digital revolutionary who pioneered game-changers like the iPod, iPhone and iPad - a real icon of our times who has materially affected all of us. While Apple's strategy looks confident to continue, we're still unconvinced by the shock moves at heavyweight tech firm Hewlett-Packard to ditch mobiles, tablets and PCs to become a standalone software maker.

Also in this month's edition, some eye-opening stats we think you'll enjoy: Amazon accounts for 1 in 5 of all web visits, the UK's Daily Mail became the second most read news site in the world. Which paper came first? You'll have to read on...

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01/09/2011

Daily Mail ‘most popular news site in Europe’

In June 2011, a total of 167.2 million unique visitors went to Newspaper properties in Europe, up 11% from a year ago, with the UK’s Daily Mail leading the way, according to new research. The data, from comScore, found European users spent 40.5 minutes on average during the month. The most visited Newspaper property in Europe was the British Daily Mail, drawing 17.2 million unique visitors who each spent an average of 25.9 minutes on the site.

22/08/2011

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Android ‘to be top global mobile ad OS by the end of 2011’

Google’s acquisition of Motorola Mobility this month will strengthen Android’s ambitions to lead the global ad market by the end of the year, according to new data. Mobile ad network InMobi has released its Mobile Insights Report: Global Edition, Quarter Ending July 2011. Part of an ongoing series to analyse quarterly data trends on InMobi’s network, the report projects that Android will be the top global mobile ad platform by the end of the year.


22/08/2011

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Top 30 web properties in Europe

Google still leads Europe as the most visited site, but travel sites including Priceline, Experdia and Trip Advisor saw some of the highest gains this month, according to new research. The study, from comScore, indicates that Google Sites ranked as the top European web property in June with 335.4 million unique visitors (up 6 percent from a year ago), reaching 91.0 percent of the total European Internet audience.

19/08/2011

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Top 18 European countries by web use

Germany still leads the way in terms of number of web users in Europe, but the Netherlands and the UK spend most time online, according to new data. comScore has released an overview of Internet usage in Europe, showing 368.6 million unique visitors went online in June 2011 for an average of 26.1 hours per person. This release highlights Internet usage in 49 European markets aggregated under the European region and provides individual reporting on 18 markets.

19/08/2011

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Yahoo switches to Bing search results in Europe

Yahoo! has migrated organic search results to Bing across Europe, as the two firms cement the landmark search alliance deal stuck two years ago. The move means searches on Yahoo! UK, France, Germany, Italy and Spain, will generate results powered by Microsoft’s search engine, Bing.

Paid search adverts, however, will remain as they currently are. The transition is one that’s already been made in America, including the US, Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Peru and Venezuela. Australia and New Zealand Yahoo search results are also powered by Bing.

08/08/2011

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BBC iPlayer for iPad debuts in Europe for €6.99 a month

BBC Worldwide, the BBC’s commercial arm, is launching a global BBC iPlayer app in Europe, with a global roll out planned later in the year. This video on demand subscription service, launching first in Western Europe, will deliver BBC shows to viewers in 11 markets.

For €6.99 a month (or €49.99 for an annual subscription), the app will initially be available in Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, The Republic of Ireland, The Netherlands, Portugal, Spain and Switzerland.

08/08/2011

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Digital ‘to account for 17% of global advertising this year’

Group M has forecast digital advertising to account for at least 17% of the total global market in 2011, up 1% from its December forecast. The firm also predicted that online spend is set to top $100bn in 2012 on 15%-16% annual growth. However, Group M has dropped its overall forecast for global advertising spend in 2011 from 5.8% to 4.8%, with digital expected to top $100bn next year.

12/07/2011

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Overview of European internet usage by country

Germany had the largest Internet audience (age 15+) with 49.7 million unique visitors. Visitors coming from the Netherlands exhibited the highest engagement, spending 34.4 hours on average online in March.

Overview of European internet usage by country. Germany had the largest Internet audience (age 15+) with 49.7 million unique visitors. Visitors coming from the Netherlands exhibited the highest engagement, spending 34.4 hours on average online in March.

07/07/2011  |  Full story...

Online video in selected European countries

Germany ranks as the leader in online video viewing, with 45 million unique viewers watching an average of 187 videos for 19.6 hours per viewer in April.

Online video in selected European countries. Germany ranks as the leader in online video viewing, with 45 million unique viewers watching an average of 187 videos for 19.6 hours per viewer in April.

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Unique searchers across European markets

In August 2010, Germany was the highest ranking European market based on number of searchers, with 54.1 million people conducting at least one search. (Measured by millions of searchers).

Unique searchers across European markets. In August 2010, Germany was the highest ranking European market based on number of searchers, with 54.1 million people conducting at least one search. (Measured by millions of searchers).

24/06/2011  |  Full story...

Top 10 European countries by online retail penetration

The UK led European countries in online retail penetration during October 2010, with 89.3% of the UK population visiting online retailers, closely followed by France (84.3%) and Germany (81.7%).

Top 10 European countries by online retail penetration. The UK led European countries in online retail penetration during October 2010, with 89.3% of the UK population visiting online retailers, closely followed by France (84.3%) and Germany (81.7%).

24/06/2011  |  Full story...

Top 13 countries for tablet and mobile internet use

Canada is the top country for iPad use, Japan has most iPhone users and the US prefers Android phones, according to new data from comScore. comScore has launched Device Essentials, a new service reporting on digital traffic by device, which includes computers and other devices, defined as mobile phones, tablets, music players, e-readers, gaming devices, and other web-enabled devices.

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Internet use in Italy

The thing you first notice is the scale of mobile use. When it comes to the internet in Italy, mobile is the key platform, and as mobiles get smarter and connections get faster, internet access in Italy is undergoing a step-change from the web to mobile. Online use in Italy gives a window into mobile social networking that other markets will adopt and as Danny Meadows-Klue discovers in Milan, Italians are hungry for even more time on Facebook.

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20/06/2011  |  Full story...

US ad network YuMe expands into Europe with London office

Video advertising technology company YuMe has launched YuMe Europe with its first office in London, and the acquisition of Appealing Media. The firm offers premium mobile video advertising for clients including ESPN, IPC Media, Bauer Media, and Universal McCann. Already a leader in the UK market, Appealing Media brings seasoned executives and tested technology and network properties to YuMe.

17/06/2011

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Demographic profile of online video viewers: Turkey

In February 2011, 89% of the Turkish online population spent an average of 14.8 hours viewing online videos. Males aged 15-24 viewed an average of 20.8 hours of online video, while females in this age group viewed just 12 hours, (measured in average number of hours).

Demographic profile of online video viewers: Turkey. In February 2011, 89% of the Turkish online population spent an average of 14.8 hours viewing online videos. Males aged 15-24 viewed an average of 20.8 hours of online video, while females in this age group viewed just 12 hours, (measured in average number of hours).

16/06/2011  |  Full story...

Germany leads Europe in online video viewing

Internet users in Germany, Turkey, Spain and the UK watch an average of at least 30 minutes a day of online video, according to new research. The study, from comScore, shows that Germany leads in online video viewing across several reporting metrics for the European countries currently reported in comScore Video Metrix (France, Germany, Italy, Russia, Spain, Turkey and UK).

15/06/2011  |  Full story...

Pepsi woos European digital agencies with competition

PepsiCo has announced an open call for digital entrepreneurs across Europe to apply to take part in ‘PepsiCo10’, a new programme that will discover and support new technology innovations. Launched in the US last June, PepsiCo has expanded PepsiCo10 to Europe. The goal of the PepsiCo10 Europe programme is to identify up to 10 of the most promising companies and give them the opportunity to work with PepsiCo in the U.K. to deliver pilots of their technologies, whilst receiving the support and guidance from mentors.

07/06/2011  |  Full story...

Italy tackles ‘digital divide’

Italy has significantly lowed “digital divide” over the past year and a half, – the number of citizens not connected to the broadband network has fallen from 7.8 million to 5 million. According to the Minister of Economic Development, Paolo Romani, in addition, the digital divide is distributed fairly evenly throughout the country and does not split the North and the South. The minister, during a presentation of Vodafone Italia’s mobile broadband project “100 Towns”, out of a total of 22 million lines in Italy, 12.5 are connected to broadband, adding that these are figures from a year ago. He added that there are 15.8 million smart phones in use in Italy.

07/06/2011

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Top 10 travel sites in Europe

Expedia, Priceline and Groupe SNCF were the most visited online travel properties in Europe according to new data from comScore. In April 2011, the number of European visitors to the Travel category grew 11 percent in the past year.

Travel properties, which include online travel agents, destination information sites, and transportation and accommodation sites, now penetrate 44.0 percent of the European internet audience, a 5percentage point increase.

03/06/2011

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Top 30 web properties in Europe

Google attracts the most web uses in Europe, but Facebook gets most of their time, according to new research from ComScore. Google Sites ranked as the top European web property in April, attracting 329.8 million unique visitors and reaching 90.3 percent of the total European Internet audience.

02/06/2011

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Top 18 European countries by web use

Across Europe, 365.3 million unique visitors went online in April 2011 for an average of 24.2 hours per person, according to new research from comScore. The study found that Germany and Russia have the most web users, but British, Turkish and Dutch audiences are the most prolific.

02/06/2011

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